A sneak peek at the latest cars to be showcased in the magnificent rotunda of the Pall Mall clubhouse.
The 3 & 1/2 litre Bentley was peerless in its time for combining the attributes of a high performance sports car with good springing and a comfortable town-carriage.
Just as the Jaguar XJ6—Series 1 car displayed previously in the rotunda was described at the time as a pinnacle in design and engineering for that company, so the same level of praise is regularly levelled at Bugatti’s Type 35 Grand
This luxurious 4-seater GT model of the Espada was the most widely sold of 'classic' Lamborghinis, yet only 1,227 were eve
This horseless carriage really dates from the earliest of motoring times.
LFS18 is Loughborough University’s current Formula Student race vehicle, and the winner of the IME's Formula Student compe
JUE 477 holds a unique place in the history of British motor manufacturing, being the first production Land Rover in a ser
One of 24 built, this 1957 model was upgraded to an 'Alvis Special' in April of 1958.
The Alvis Speed 25 is posited in many motoring quarters as the finest of all pre-war Alvis models. The Speed 25 is a great example of how the brand achieved a reputation for designing high performance 'fast tourers' with graceful, sweeping
Feast your eyes upon the only two 1934 Donald Healey Alfa Romeo 8C-inspired Triumph Dolomites in existence.
This DB4 GT Continuation was hand-built at the Aston Martin Works, Newport Pagnell in 2018.
The Aston Martin DB6, Marks 1 and 2, was manufactured between 1965 and 1970, at the time the longest production of any AM model.
To celebrate two iconic British marques, Aston Martin Cambridge recently commissioned a limited edition 'Vanquish S Red Arrows'.
Regarded as an all-time classic sports car, the muscular Cobra succeeded in capturing the hearts of enthusiasts like few others.
Driven by Mark Higgins in 2016, the Impreza recorded the fastest laptime of the TT Mountain Course, averaging a speed of 128 mph.
This is the Fittipaldi EF7 Vision Gran Turismo by Pininfarina, inspired by Formula 1 racing legend and Indy 500 champion, Emerson Fittipaldi.
The 1981 Formula 1 World Championship heralded the arrival of the McLaren MP4/1.
The ARV6 is the ultimate race-prepared Morgan. Based on the 3.7 litre V6 Roadster, the ARV6 pushes what is possible from a Morgan.
Developed from the pre-war BMW 326/327/328, the Bristol 400 story started with four pre-production prototypes, two saloons and two drophead convertibles.
The Norbert Singer designed Porsche 962C developed out of the Porsche 956 racing car and was a dominant force in sportscar racing for a decade from the earl
Produced in 1965, chassis number BA4 0106 is distinctive in that, of all the models, it is the only right-hand-drive example.
This 1952 Mercedes 220A Convertible was restored and painted in Los Angeles.
Developed from a pre-war BMW, the Bristol 400 story started with four prototypes, two saloons and two drophead convertibles.
Represented the height of sophistication, speed and style, allowing the normally chauffeured classes an alternative.
Powered by the race-proven Ford 1.6L EcoBoost engine and with a carbon-fibre monocoque chassis.
There can be few individual cars that have had so much influence on British motor sport as this particular Jaguar XK120.
Stamped with Scuderia Ferrari number 46, this car participated in the campaigns of 1935.
This Subaru Impreza Group A rally car was driven to victory by Colin McRae in the 1996 Rallye Catalunya.
Only seven of these Spyders can be commissioned, each being individually tailored to the choice of its customer.
MG Metro 6R4 Group B World Rally Car C870 EUD as driven by Tony Pond on the 1986 Monte Carlo Rally.
A fearless design philosophy has led to the DB11’s iconic looks, while familiar elements have evolved such as the iconic radiator.
Chassis Z11327 was manufactured early in 1935 and was fitted with an ST44 saloon body.
A six cylinder model of 3.7 litres which completed the Peking to Paris Endurance Rally earlier this summer.
Bullet is Bristol Car's celebration of 70 years of sophisticated luxury motoring.
Chassis 60 (564) is a very rare early pre-production Jaguar E-type.
The car that steered James Hunt to the title was a McLaren M23, designed by Gordon Coppuck.
Aston Martin introduced the Vanquish model at the Geneva Motor Show in 2001.
The 1936 Bentley Pacey-Hassan is the epitome of that rare breed of fast, powerful racing Bentleys.
The Brabham-Repco BT24 was a Formula 1 racing car and was one of three cars used by the Brabham racing team.
The Challenge is a 4.5 litre, V8 track-only race car producing 620 bhp.
This is one of just two Derby Bentleys to be ordered with this rare and elegant Vanden Plas coachwork and finished in cher
Shortly after Ford's purchase of Aston Martin Lagonda in 1987, work began on a new 'Small Aston' GT car to take over.